About Small Deeds Done

Small deeds done are better than great deeds planned. – Peter Marshall

After November 8, 2016, many of us wondered – what can we do? How can we help? Do we even matter?

It’s easy to become overwhelmed. It’s easy to get bogged down in the breadth and depth of the work that has to be done.

So let’s break the work down! Let’s make it manageable. Small actions are not insignificant. A grand master plan means nothing unless someone (like you) takes the small steps that need to happen to make it a reality.

And that’s what Small Deeds is all about. It’s about each of us taking regular, small steps – that together lead to massive, crushing, world-bending change.

But there’s another thing you’ll find at Small Deeds Done that you won’t find on other action sites.

To light the way we have to keep going. So Small Deeds isn’t just a list of things to add to your to-do list. It’s my goal to inspire you, to motivate you – and to show you that what you’re doing matters. That your voice matters.

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That’s me! Michele, Founder of Small Deeds Done

So every week includes a Pep Talk for the Patriotic – together with a list of four actions (most can be done in 5 minutes) that you can take this week to make the world better.

I’m nothing if not persistent. Small Deeds has been published every Tuesday since November 2016 – so know that every Tuesday you’ll come back to something fresh and new.

Make sure you get your Pep Talk in your inbox (every Tuesday like clockwork!) by signing up here! In the meantime, follow Small Deeds on Facebook at www.facebook.com/smalldeedsdone and on Twitter at www.twitter.com/smalldeedsdone.

Don’t go yet – I have free goodies for you!

You can download your free Busy Woman’s 2019 Action Planner HERE.

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And your Busy Woman’s Plan to Build Your Social Network HERE.

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Click HERE to get your Busy Woman’s Plan to Build Your Social Network

And learn more about who’s running this thing (me, Michele) by going here.

It’s a pleasure to meet you, and I hope to see you around more often.

But before you go – do you have a question? A comment? A thought to share? I’d love to hear it. You can email hello@smalldeedsdone.com, or send a thought via the contact form below. I’m a real person, who really reads the emails, and really – truly – responds.

Looking forward to hearing from you!


P.S. On occasion, I might link to something, like Good and Mad (Rebecca Traister’s amazing book, which just happens to feature Small Deeds Done!). You should know that as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. But I’m never going to suggest something unless I support it! (Okay, now go and buy Good and Mad!)